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San Mateo County, CA November 7, 2006 Election
Member, City Council; City of Daly City Voter Information

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Results as of Jan 4 9:41am, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (48/48)
Candidates (Vote for 3)
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Michael Guingona 9,586 votes 22.4%

Maggie Gomez 9,412 votes 22.0%
Carol L. Klatt 7,525 votes 17.5%
Annette K. Hipona Click here for more information about this candidate 7,220 votes 16.8%
  • Occupation: School Board Member
  • Union Household SEIU 1877
  • 2006 Califonia Assembly Woman of the Year, 12th AD
  • President, Original Daly City Neighborhood Protective Association
  • Westmoor High School Alumni Association, Executive Board
  • Democratic Central Committee, Executive Board
  • Lifetime resident of Daly City
  • Champion for OPEN GOVERNMENT, an INDEPEDENDENT VOICE that can't be bought by special interests
  • GUARDIAN OF OUR LIMITED TAX DOLLARS, No sweetheart deals for developers
  • Preserving OUR NEIGHBORHOOD QUALITY OF LIFE, Protecting our homes & businesses from eminent domain seizures
Leah Berlanga 4,021 votes 9.4%
Ademan T. Angeles 3,347 votes 7.8%
Frank Berlanga 1,767 votes 4.1%

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